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neighborhood. john joins us live. >> as we all know, the worried the low-lying of alexandria, va., have lucky over the past with storm damage. it appears that they have a major bullet. x county police, still postwith a mobile command set up. the county buses earlier, even e just ins out her case. quite frankly, it has been g all morning long. high tide was at 9:00 this morning. it was at about 6 feet during storm, right the at street level. evacuated and r were shut off as a precaution. spoke with one resident, a was asked to leave the monitor the tributary. >> income was far of the street. we did get filled up with canned and a can of gasoline. >> you can only imagine that was thinkingn luck was not on the side of , but it appears that things are changing for these residents. this afternoon the evacuation has been lifted. there is another high tide for alexandria and virginia, but right now the evacuation has been lifted. >> metro will resume its limited schedules service this assessing after by hurricane sandy. officials say that they will restore normal service levels but in the meantime b
the spokeor martin o'malley ago.ours john gonzales is in annapolis. you guys have been talking about this massive storm moving inland. we are feeling the effect in annapolis. intensifying and has been strong for several hours. it is the wind that is really picking up. the big concern in annapolis a low-lying area prone tidal andg is the coastal flooding around the area. we are told that the tidal could reach 3 feet. we're getting the strongest long we have had all day rightey are happening now. s been concern in the area. people todid advise evacuate. there is no mandatory evacuation annapolis but that could change. the businesses have set up sandbags but also the big tarps and covers and putting n glass windows and doors prevent them from breaking. you can see the covers on the bb bank. residents realized what happened in 2003 with hurricane where this entire area 6 feet of there is an area just the road, meadows, no power at this hour. hunt meadows. high tide is at 6:00 this evening and the one following around 6:00 tomorrow morning. >> thanks very much. as far as schools
.om be the end of this week before we see the full extent of sandy's impact on the region. john gonzalez is in old town alexandria where high tide brought fear is just a short .ime ago >> it's not over. the one that occurred at 10:00 morning, nothing happened, everything went well. midnight.another at another at 10:30 in the morning tomorrow. is the one that as business owners and residents very concerned. that's why we still see the it is a nervous waiting game in town, some ready for all to be over. we would have to wade through the potomac river. hours after the height of the well before the high tide, flooding caused many off guard. >> it started coming fast. all the way up to our trust -- step. >> businesses and residents have down sandbags and .oard up windows more than once >> you just have to keep an eye on it. >> some businesses have decided them and remain closed for the day. waiting. we were in boats at one time up and dow >> jane collins refuses to push g down today even though sandy has come and gone. we do get warnings and people evacuate and may move their th
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